Paris is a city known for its rich history and stunning architecture, but its vibrant street art scene adds a modern twist to the city’s cultural landscape. Street art has become an integral part of Parisian culture, with artists using the city’s walls as their canvas to express their creativity and make a statement.
As the host city of the Biennale and a hotspot for contemporary art, Venice should not be forgotten as a place for great street art and graffiti art.
Collected street art in London, UK. Of course showing some of Banksy. But there is a lot more of great artwork.
Berlin street art culture started with the wall. Since reunification the whole city became canvas for murals, stickers, paste-ups and mixed media mash-ups.
Lisbon is an open-air gallery, not just for its beautiful tile-covered façades, but also for its street art.
Ancient sketches offering a window into the daily life and interests of the people who lived in a world 2000 years ago.
On the walls of modern Rome you find a wild mixture of murals, tags, sticker art, wheatpasting and poster art. A disturbing contrast to the ancient city appearance.
Barcelona, lives and breathes creativity, with the artistic spirit of icons such as Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Antoni Gaudí. Relaxed laws allowed for street art to flourish.
Hosting city of the probably most famous art show. But you do not have to cue up at Art Basel to find some true masterpieces.